fire emblem engage horse manure giving the gift to an ally character and she's unimpressed

Fire Emblem Engage horse manure – what it does and how to get it

When we sat down to write a guide about Nintendo’s JRPG series, we never thought we’d by typing the words Fire Emblem Engage horse manure at any point. What were those little rascals thinking putting this in the game?

Well, since we’re just as confused as you, we decided to write a whole guide dedicated to Fire Emblem Engage horse manure. I mean, how do you even pick it up? With your hands? Where do you store it? There are so many questions we need the answers to. Someone get on the phone to Nintendo.

Anyway, below you’ll find everything you need to know about the strange gift that you can give in Fire Emblem Engage. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

How to get Horse Manure

Horse Manure is one of the most common items found on the ground in Fire Emblem Engage. After a battle or when exploring Somniel, you will see some glowing sparkles on the ground. All you need to do is run over and press the A button to pick it up and put it in your inventory (ew). It is technically a gift, but we’ll let you be the judge of that.

What does Horse manure do?

Horse Manure is a gift that you can give to other characters in Fire Emblem Engage. Once you’ve picked some manure up from the streets of Somniel or after exploring when a battle is over, you can approach any of your allies once you’re back in Somniel and give it to them as a present.

Simply interact with the intended gift’s recipient, choose “gift” from the menu, and then select the manure to give it to them. While most allies won’t find the smelly gift particularly flattering, it does not harm the bonds between you either, so fill their pockets.

There is no secret to Horse Manure. It is simply a joke gift that can be given to your allies for fun.

That’s everything we know about picking up animal waste with what we assume is your hands in Nintendo’s JRPG game. If you want more tips and tricks on Fire Emblem Engage, then read our Lookout Ridge and recruitment guides to get all the latest information.